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Adopt-A-Nestbox Self-Checkout, December 1st Until Sold Out

  • December 01, 2023
  • 8:00 AM (CST)
  • January 01, 2024
  • (CST)
  • 29


Every year beginning on December 1st, the Friends of Hagerman gives the public an opportunity to support the Eastern Bluebird population and learn all about them via the Adopt-A-Nestbox Program.

Participants of the Adopt-A-Nestbox program will be invited to name their adopted nestbox, and visit it along a Hagerman NWR hiking trail as often as they like. Participants will receive an email every week during nesting season with a picture of the inside of the nestbox and an explanation of its stages of development. An adopted nestbox makes a great Christmas gift!

The price of $35 per nestbox helps to support the expense of maintaining the impressive Bluebird trail of 45 nestboxes throughout the refuge.  There is a limit of three nestboxes per person.

Information you will need to Adopt-A-Nestbox:

"Nestbox Name" refers to the label you would like on your nestbox, for example: Bonnie's Bluebirds.  If left blank, the label will be the gift recipient's name or the purchaser's name if not a gift.  NOTE: 15 letters maximum.

Gift recipient's name: Leave blank if not a gift.

Email addresses of your gift recipients: Leave blank if not a gift.

Click "Register" (Left) to Adopt-a-Nestbox 

Search for any word--do not use quotes for phrases

Events and activities hosted by the Friends of Hagerman are funded by donations and powered solely by volunteers.  There are no fees for admission to the refuge or parking; the refuge is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year, drive on any road unless gated.

6465 Refuge Road

Sherman, TX 75092


Kroger: Stop by the customer service desk at Kroger and link your Kroger Card to the Friends of Hagerman: the Friends will get rewards for every dollar you spend, at no cost to you.

Please add friendsofhagerman@gmail.com to your contacts to ensure delivery of registration confirmations, account information and the Featherless Flyer

Special thanks to Nancy Miller for the amazing photo of the Visitor Center 

See you at the refuge!

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